Wolverhampton Wanderers may have received a boost in their reported pursuit of defender Jack Hendry.
According to a report from TEAMtalk this weekend, Celtic are supposedly on the tail of Cardiff City defender Ciaron Brown.
The 23-year-old is out of contract this summer, and could depart the Championship club.
That said, there is an option for the Welsh club to extend his deal by a year.
But there could be temptation to leave for Brown, who has spent time in Scotland on loan previously.
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Celtic supposedly want Brown as do Belgian side Oostende, whom Hendry has been on loan at this season.
TEAMtalk claim Oostende want Brown as a replacement for Hendry, who is set for a ‘big-money move’ this summer.
It was claimed back in January by 90min that Hendry was actually on Wolves’ transfer radar.
Their report stated that enquiries had been made over the 26-year-old by the Molineux outfit.
Hendry there for the taking?
Oostende and Celtic reportedly both wanting Brown does seem to suggest that Hendry could be on the move this summer.
He’s had a really good campaign with the Belgian outfit, and maybe that ‘big-money move’ could be on the cards.
The future of Max Kilman at Molineux is currently in some doubt with Nuno Espirito Santo having been quite reluctant to use him despite some good performances.
One would imagine that if Wolves do actually want Hendry, then he would possibly come in as a replacement for Kilman.